Michigan recognizes Health Care Proxies, but it doesn't have a law about Living Wills and doesn't have a standard form for them. You can make your own, or you can use the one in the packet of Advance Directives below. Again, this is not legally binding, but it can help your Health Care Proxy and your doctors understand the kinds of decisions you would make if you were unable to speak for yourself.

Information Needed to Name a Health Care Proxy: For your MI Health Care Proxy form to be valid, you and two (2) witnesses must sign it.
Information Needed for a Living Will: The Living Will that is included may not be legal, but you should still sign it and have two (2) other people sign it as well.
Michigan Advance Directive Form
Other resources for Michigan:

Death Certificates
Digital Estate Planning Laws:
Law: HB 5034: The Fiduciary Access To Digital Assets Act
Description: Provides for fiduciary access to digital assets; and to provide for the powers and procedures of the court that has jurisdiction over these matters. Genealogy writer Dick Eastman sums it up best on his blog: "The new law specifically states that all digital assets are bequeathed from one person to the next. It also allows digital information, including social media and website accounts, to be treated like other assets after the owner dies."
Date introduced: October 10, 2015
Status: Approved March 29, 2016; Effective June 27, 2016
Full text: Click here for full text of the Michigan law

Death With Dignity Legislation (a.k.a. Aid-In-Dying or Physician-Assisted Death)
  • Michigan has no legislation

Organ Donation Registries
Michigan Organ Donation registry official link.

MI POST (Michigan Physician Order for Scope of Treatment) Form
Download the MI POST for Michigan residents.

Probate Laws
Chapters 701-713: Probate Code

Estate And Inheritance Tax Rate
Michigan has no estate tax or inheritance tax